Sergei B. Koralov, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Pathology
Immunology / B/T cell biology, lymphomagenesis, RNAi
2011-2012 New York University Whitehead Fellowship for Junior Faculty in Biomedical and Biological Sciences
CLARIONS Research Award from the Cutaneous Lymphoma Foundation
Irma T. Hirschl Career Scientist Award
Ph.D from Pasteur Institute. Role of non-coding RNAs in B cell development and function.
Ph.D. from Stony Brook Univ, NY. Role of Th17 cells in airway inflammation. Modulation of immunosurveillance in cancer.
Th17 mediated skin pathology. Role of microbiota in CTCL pathogenesis.
Role of Dicer dependent non-coding RNAs in genome integrity.
M.S. from NYU
Senior laboratory technician. Gene targeting and molecular biology/immunology.
Lu Yang (Kat)
The role of Th17 cells, microbiota and microbial metabolites in psoriatic arthritis and other chronic inflammatory diseases
Alums of the Koralov Lab
Heme/Onc Med Fellow
Molecular etiology of T cell lymphomas. Mechanisms of action of HDACi in CTCL.
CRISPR/Cas9 targeting and generation of novel animal models.
Th17 cells in airway inflammation and in psoriatic arthritis.
Molecular etiology of CTCL pathogenesis. Also working on secondary V(D)J recombination.